The No. 16 (AKA Crack Shot) was manufactured from 1900-1913. It was msde in .22 and .32 Rimfire. These "Boy's Rifles" usually got a lot of use/abuse and are often found in less-than-poor condition. The Standard catalog suggests a retail value of $100 in Poor, $200 in Good, and $300 in Excellent condition. The .32 chambering is probably scarcer, but does not earn a premium. Also makes it practically useless since .32 rimfire ammunition is no longer commercially available and rimfire cartridges are not re-loadable.
Please include the model number and serial number if it can be seen to get a accurate age to your rifle.
Impossible to answer. No description of finish, condition, box, papers, accessories.
The exact value of a 32 Rimfire Stevens Tip Up Single Shot pistol made of brass with a steel barrel is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of those factors would be, the age and condition of the pistol.
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Yes, because the int is 32 bit and a short is 16 bit.
About 600 to 700 dollors
== == One is for sale at the Red Mill antiques in Bloomsburg, PA for $198. (07/29/2006)
YES he is. He is just short for his age that's all.
The Crackshot in .32 is often worth less than the .22 because of unavailability of ammo. But some collectors want the bigger bore. The Model 26 Crackshot will bring from $75 to about $225, depending on condition. Usual on-line auction price is in the $140-$170 range.